Cooper Residence is an industrial modern home that was built for a young family and their three children. Created by Randy Weinstein Design, the house in Santa Monica, California, presents itself as a personalized home with custom furniture, vintage furnishings and creative items like the tractor seat stools in the kitchen. The client’s wish was to display as many salvaged and reclaimed items as possible to the extent that this became the defining pattern of the house. Beautiful concrete floors on the first level differ from those on the second level, made from unfinished plywood.
Exposed beams throughout the house further accentuate the industrial interior design. Surrounded by lovely reused items, like the working vintage pay phone in the kitchen and the double-sided clock from an 1800’s French train station, the family feels safe and comfortable in their home. The pantry features a sliding barn door “adorned” with the family’s shopping lists. Isn’t this an amazing display of how a family can live in their dream home?